Casa de Campo
Iglesia de la Recoleta
North of the river, the baroque Iglesia de la Recoleta was started in 1654. It houses the attractive wooden Cristo de la Recoleta.
Museo de Historia Natural Alcide d’Orbigny
Adjacent to the Palacio Portales is the city's rather more low-key natural history museum. With its creaky wooden floors and array of...
The Palacio Portales in the barrio of Queru Queru provides evidence of the extravagance of tin baron Simón Patiño. Patiño’s tastes were...
At weekends the in-crowd head to Avenida Pando to the trendy dancing place Deep . Expect to pay more than B$30 to get in.
One of a knot of spacious restaurants just across the river in Recoleta, this Argentine-style grill is a fine place. There are thick,...
Pasaje de la Recoleta 618 · interesting places nearby
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A Cochabamba classic, this loud and cheerful partly–open-air restaurant is a traditional spot to meet, eat, and play cacho (dice). There’s a big range of Bolivian dishes and grilled meats; the food is fine (and piled high on the plates) but the lively, unpretentious atmosphere is better.